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Slightly OT: HAMB for post-66 cars/musclecars?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by don-vee, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. rooman
    Joined: Sep 20, 2006
    Posts: 4,052

    rooman
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    Between my brother and myself we have:
    1937 Willys Ute (Holden body)
    49 Ford coupe (chopped-his)
    27 T roadster (his)
    05 harley Road King (his)
    04 Ford F150 (his parts hauler)
    ? Ford Probe (his daily driver)
    88 C 1500 Stepside (mine-project)
    05 C 1500 short wide (my shop truck)
    39 Chevy 2 door (mine-project)
    27 T roadster (mine-project)
    92 Jag XJS/ LT1-4L60E (mine--nearly done)
    69 Don Long Top Fuel dragster (mine--still collecting parts)

    Roo
     
  2. Omega
    Joined: Jul 11, 2006
    Posts: 876

    Omega
    Member
    from Mass

    1973 Oldsmobile Omega 2 door Hatchback,White body,Black Houndstooth interior, 350 rocket, a/c.

    1994 Mustang Convertible 5.0

    1993 Mustang Notchback 5.0

    1988 Mustang Convertible 5.0
     
  3. I don't own much. I like lots of things or at least tolerate lots of things.

    The wife owns an 05 Silverado. That's about it I guess. I think my '65 C-10 doesn't count as trad but that's the next newest thing we got.

    Doesn't make me any better than any one else I just don't own much.
     
  4. zman
    Joined: Apr 2, 2001
    Posts: 16,593

    zman
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    from Garner, NC

    who the fuck cares.... there are other boards for anything I have that is O/T. I'd rather not waste Ryan's bandwidth with it....
     
  5. BigDanF4i
    Joined: Nov 28, 2006
    Posts: 197

    BigDanF4i
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    03 honda 400ex
    97 honda 300ex
    88 honda fat cat
    00 yamaha big bear 400
    98 Kawasaki klr 650
    03 harley electraglide ultra classic 100th aniversary (sp)
    04 honda cbr 600 f4i
    03 nissan sentra se-r spec v
    06 dodge sprinter 1 ton

    and my home brew hot rod
     
  6. john56h
    Joined: Jan 28, 2007
    Posts: 1,767

    john56h
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    "
     
  7. 1953 Plymouth Belvedere (in the works)
    1946 Ford Coupe(wifes)
    1991 Dodge Ram150 (when im lazy)
    1965 Lambretta LIS150 (kitted with a 190)
     
  8. lets see...
    1929 dusenberg J dual cowl phaeton
    36 ford stainless sedan
    Tucker, serial #2
    31 model a 3window prototype
    the Hilborn streamliner
    1932 Auburn boattail speedster
    1928 Miller 91 race car
    1955 Porsche Spyder (owned by James Dean)
    .....................................................................
    .....................................................................

    this list of mine makes about as much sense as this topic. Thats my 2 cents worth....
     
  9. also, 93 Z-28, 95 f-150
     

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  10. john56h
    Joined: Jan 28, 2007
    Posts: 1,767

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    Are you going to fix the James Dean Spyder...or break it for parts?
     
  11. Yeah, I hear ya. Thing is, when most people think of musclecars, they think of restored, overpriced things on some Speedvision show or on the auction block at Barrett-Jackson. Maybe I worded it wrong? Modified 60s-70s cars is more like it. Believe me, my heart's in the right place. I bought my 67 for 500 bucks, put it together with parts from the boneyard or the swaps, and other than spark plugs and fluids, I don't think I used anything new. I probably have less than 1500 in the whole thing, and I get the rotten stares whenever I show up to some show and they make me park next to the other Cudas. I don't have a picture of it right now, as it's sitting under a tarp in my backyard while I finish building my garage, but here's a pic of it at the beginning of last summer when it was just coming together...
     

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  12. Hackerbilt
    Joined: Aug 13, 2001
    Posts: 6,248

    Hackerbilt
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    There are some guys who think that. So?
    They don't run the place.
    Your more than welcome to like whatever you want to like...with or without HAMB approval.

    If you have 10 cars and 3 fit the generous parameters of this place then I guess we're interested in 30% of your vehicles. The other 7 can be discussed thru Email or other forums with like minded individuals. This isn't the only car forum in the known internet galaxy ya know...

    It has nothing to do with eliteism or anything...just simple logic and efficiency.
    Why can't people get that?
     
  13. ....never said it was all together.....SSSSSSSSSSTTTTTTTTTTEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLLLLLLLLAAA!!! :D
     
  14. Crestliner
    Joined: Dec 31, 2002
    Posts: 3,011

    Crestliner
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    29 Model A 4 dr. blind back
    30 Model a roadster
    47 Lincoln coupe (for sale)
    50 ford Crestliner
    50 Ford Crestliner parts or project car
    95 Shasta motor home
    03 Dodge p/u
    06 Honda accord (wifes)
    Two many trailers
     
  15. hemi
    Joined: Jul 11, 2001
    Posts: 1,961

    hemi
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    I like musclecars and I like Car Craft. Haven't had time to plow through their forums, but they publish burnout shots and scantilly-clad chicks every month.

    Hot rodders NEED muscle car buddies to get the good engines and drivetrain parts... you guys think about that. Keep your friends close but.... hahahaha
     
  16. flathead48
    Joined: Sep 23, 2006
    Posts: 252

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    1994 Ford ranger (commuter truck)
    1989 Mustang ssp coupe (ex Nebraska highway patrol car)
    1981 Ford Courier (baby blue, parts runner)
    1987 Ford Bronco II (winter vehicle)
     
  17. john56h
    Joined: Jan 28, 2007
    Posts: 1,767

    john56h
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    WOW....54 cars, three mechanics! I can't imagine how you keep up. I can only get about three of mine into the workshop at a time and even then, tend to work on one at a time. The rest are squirrelled away wherever we can find space....on "backburner" status until time allows.
     
  18. El Santo13
    Joined: Dec 2, 2006
    Posts: 12

    El Santo13
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    try moparchat.com
     
  19. octane
    Joined: May 8, 2006
    Posts: 339

    octane
    Member
    from Virginia

    Damn, you guys have some nice collections! My garage is hiding:

    '40 Plymouth P10 hot rod project
    '83 Ford Fairmont Futura bracket racer (almost finished)
    '84 Ford Ranger - parts chaser
    '95 Thunderbird LX V8 - daily driver
    '93 Suzuki GS500 - street/track bike
    '80 Yamaha XS11 - cafe racer project
    '70 Hodaka Ace 100 dirt bike
    '95 Volvo 850 - wife's car
     
  20. Ducati 996 SPS(R), built from superbike spares.
    Ducati MH900E.
    Ducati 900 pantar (Mike Hailwood replica)
    Basket case and probably un-restorable 42 Indian Chief.
    1938 Club coupe.
    1928 A RPU.
    1948 A40 Austin Gasser project.
    1980 XD Falcon, 590hp RRS suspension runs less than a second a lap slower at Bathurst than current V8 Supercars.
    Daily driver, 1992 ED Falcon on gas............
     
  21. ok when is Jay Leno going to put us all to shame with his list
    tk
    oh ya
    53 f100 "gasser" project
    1958 turner
    27 t touring
    93 ford ranger
    2002 vw jetta (wifes)
     
  22. hemi
    Joined: Jul 11, 2001
    Posts: 1,961

    hemi
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    Actually for tech help, I've ALWAYS found the guys at Moparts.com to be very helpful. They always answer my questions within a few hours, and really only get uptight if you are straight axling a 69-70 b-body or an E body. The rest of the cars they just view as parts cars. :D
     
  23. I didn't know that, no wonder. I was always curious, I realize they don't belong here, but I couldn't understand why anyone would HATE a 30 year old fast American car with a V-8.

    My only question is how did they "destroy" hot rods? Why I didn't even know hot rods had BEEN destroyed, because I'm under 40?
     
  24. 53sled
    Joined: Jul 5, 2005
    Posts: 5,818

    53sled
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    from KCMO

    Simple. In the 60s, the Baby Boomers BOUGHT musclecars instead of BUILDING hot rods. (less work that way)
    Eventually, the drugs kicked in and they all bought vans.
     
  25. 6t5frlane
    Joined: Dec 8, 2004
    Posts: 2,381

    6t5frlane
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    from New York

    I think there are many people that like different years and types. After all we are are car guys right. Even though I have my 65 Fairlane I also have an 84 Mustang GT ( since new ). Cruise once and awhile and have bracket raced it. Mid 13's. That said this place is really for the old stuff
     
  26. petebert
    Joined: Mar 24, 2007
    Posts: 290

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    yes they are very helpfull and its such a popular board you get answers pretty quick. But because my mopar is a 5th avenue I find I get more help there if I ask questions about a 87 chrysler 318 then if I ask about a 5th.
     
  27. rixrex
    Joined: Jun 25, 2006
    Posts: 1,433

    rixrex
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    We are gearheads, knucklebusters, I am a traditional hot rodder..I love anything with wheels and engines, there is a thread(deleted,moved?) about "what has the HAMB become?"... Besides my 34 Chevy coupe, fattening up in the pasture is...41 Ford coupe,several 50s Packards,48,51,53,62,63 Studebakers, 49,55,64,66,67,68 428SJ Pontiacs, 48 Cadillac sedanet, 69 Eldorado, couple of 59 Edsels, 72 Olds 442 convertable, several Nash Metropolitans, two early 50s Chevy Pickups, 64 Riviera, 59 MGA, 46 Ford panel truck, several tri-five wagons, 80 GMC Caballero..55 Chevy 490BB bracket racer"Purple Haze"..66 Dodge Charger that is gonna be a big flakey creeper..a few more cars,trucks,boats,motorcycles,lots of fat tire bikes..anybody looking for a project? raw materials?......
     
  28. SinisterCustom
    Joined: Feb 18, 2004
    Posts: 8,269

    SinisterCustom
    Member

    You could always click on the user to view their profile...if that doesn't suit you curiosity, why not PM the guy and ask 'em what other cars their into..........these threads always turn out to be "My dick is bigger than yours" type of threads.....
    This subject has already been covered before.......
     
  29. john56h
    Joined: Jan 28, 2007
    Posts: 1,767

    john56h
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    How many thousands of members are here? That'd be an awful lot of PM's to send out.

    And...to me anyway...it's not about bragging, it's about learning. One of the first responses to this post is from someone who has a 70 Camaro like mine. Now if I had started a thread saying "anybody own a 1970 Camaro?" that definately wouldn't have gone over well.

    Now, here's a bunch of lists of cars that people are into and maybe you could pick something off someones' list that interests you enough to PM them...or somebody could pick something off your list (if you posted a list).

    I'm going to get in touch with NVRRDUNN, because he has a lot of rare cars and maybe he'd be willing to part with some of them. Seriously, it's taken months for me to run across a few members who have some similar cars to my own "off topic" ones. This is just cutting to the chase.

    Sorry if it was already covered in previous posts. Maybe somebody could post a link to the previous thread?
     
  30. Bullshit, mine is so big it has it's own dick, and my dick's dick is bigger than your dick. That will probably get this one closed.
     

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